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ASU Robotics | Southwest Robotics Symposium 2020


ASU's Polytechnic Campus

ASU’s Polytechnic Campus

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April 2-3, 2020

Arizona State University
Polytechnic Campus
Cooley Ballroom


Tom Sugar

Tom Sugar

Welcome to the 2020 Southwest Robotics Symposium and Arizona State University. The main goal of the symposium is to build a community by fostering collaboration and promoting close interaction between leading researchers, engineers, technology adopters, while learning about state-of-the-art applications of robotics and autonomous systems.

We have an engaging two-day agenda with keynote and regular presentations from leaders in the field of robotics as well as poster sessions, sponsor exhibits, live demos, and lab tours from several of our robotics faculty.

The Fulton Schools of Engineering continues to make significant investments in robotics and autonomous systems as we build the faculty expertise and unique capabilities needed to create innovative learning opportunities for students and a broadly based research portfolio characterized by foundational excellence and translational impacts. This year we are unveiling first to you a new space to support large-scale robotics experiments. The facility is over 10,000 square feet and equipped with over 100 motion cameras, making it among the largest indoor robotics testing spaces in US academic institutions. We look forward to the impact the space will support and partnerships that will enable. We are further excited about the educational impact we anticipate from our newly launched Master’s program in Robotics and Autonomous Systems.

It is our sincere hope that your experience at the 2019 Southwest Robotics Symposium will prove to be informative and engaging and will result in the establishment of new contacts, connections, and collaborations. We are particularly grateful to our keynote and invited speakers for joining our symposium and sharing their experiences with us and to our faculty and students and industry sponsors for their generous support of our initiatives in robotics and autonomous systems.

Enjoy not only the research side of the symposium but also the hospitality of Arizona!

Tom Sugar

Associate Dean, Barrett Honors College
Professor, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arizona State University

Session Topics

Session topics will include:

  • Mobility & Robotics
  • Manufacturing & Robotics
  • Agriculture & Robotics